Many of the woes suffered by the Western nations can be attributed to the woeful ignorance of the general population – especially those born after 1980.
Recently, a high-profile Russian public figure, Boris Korchevnikov, posted his theory about how Russia can increase its ethnic population and encourage the creation and growth of traditional families. Boris is the General Director and General Producer of Russia’s first public Orthodox TV channel, Spas TV, and a member of the Public Chamber of Russia.
October 30 is a day when Russians recall those who fell victim to political repressions in the Bolshevik period of the USSR. The repressions, triggered off by the 1917 October Wall Street-sponsored regime change, were directed against the nobility, the well-to-do peasants, and other social groups. But what the Bolsheviks actually unleashed against the Russian Orthodox Church, amounted to a full-scale war of annihilation. From its very first days, the Soviet state sought to completely destroy the Orthodox Church and did it with unbelievable cruelty.
Truly great men often find that life’s practicalities get in the way of their more Utopian inclinations. Henry Ford, the great American industrialist and pioneer of the motoring class must have been a very enigmatic man.
History repeats and is spoken. Sadly, it is true but as long as mankind has existed wise men and pacifists and military men have argued against the futility of war, which never profits any but a few.
German philosopher Walter Schubart had specific views about the qualities of Russian women, especially as wives and partners in life.
The beleaguered Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko epitomises the Alpha Male. The EU slapped him with sanctions and he slapped them back good and hard with migrants of their own making.
MICHAEL WALSH OP-ED: since 1945 removing and re-writing real history has accelerated. As a rabbit is transfixed by an approaching car’s headlights, Europeans wherever they are in the world, appear to be unaware or unmoved by the burning of their history.
More than one hundred years ago the czar and his family were brutally murdered by the non-Christian Bolsheviks. Yet it wasn’t only the immediate family which was butchered—but also many more Romanov relatives as well. Martyrs to their faith, they are now recognized as saints . . .
Before the outbreak of the Great War (1914 ~ 1918) there were available in selected Jewish-owned Warsaw shops greeting cards with images that were unavailable for Gentiles. The postcards carried the image of the tzadik. This is an image of a rabbinical Jew with the Torah in his one hand and a white fowl in the other. On these illegal greeting cards, available only by clandestine means, the head of the depicted fowl is clearly shown to be the Imperial Russian Tsar Nicholas II. Below this image is the inscription in Hebrew: “This is a sacrificial animal so is my cleansing; it will be my replacement and cleansing the victim.”